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Laine's two goals lift Jets over Stars

Ehlers, Enstrom & Scheifele score others and Byfuglien has three assists; Hutchinson makes 33 saves in 5-3 win

by Jamie Thomas @JamieThomasTV /

DALLAS, Texas - The Winnipeg Jets made sure their first road trip in almost a month was one to remember.  

The Jets won for the second straight night, even after giving up the game's first goal just 10 seconds into the contest. After that, the road team scored five unanswered goals and silenced another sold out arena, this time at American Airlines Center in Dallas, with a 5-3 triumph.

Video: POSTGAME | JetsTV Road Report

Patrik Laine scored twice, while Nikolaj Ehlers, Toby Enstrom and Mark Scheifele potted the others in the win, which improves Winnipeg's record to 37-16-9 on the year.

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GAME DAY: Jets finish road trip, seek back-to-back wins in Dallas

6:00pm CT - TV: Sportsnet One & 360; Radio: TSN 1290

by Staff @NHLJets /

Video: PREGAME | JetsTV Road Report

UPDATE (4:30pm CT): Michael Hutchinson will get the start in goal tonight for the Jets, who will otherwise go with the same lineup that produced a 4-0 win last night in St. Louis. 



Video: PREGAME | Paul Maurice


Tonight's Game

The Winnipeg Jets play the second of back-to-back road games tonight against the Dallas Stars...The Jets claimed the first game with a 4-0 shutout of the St. Louis Blues last night...After tonight's quick stop in Dallas, Winnipeg is back at Bell MTS Place on Tuesday for another divisional matchup against the Nashville Predators.

Jets vs. Stars Notes

- The Jets went 4-1-0 against the Stars last season and have won seven of the last eight meetings.
- The Jets are 13-8-1 against the Stars since the franchise moved to Winnipeg in 2011.
- The Jets have scored at least four goals in each of their last six games against Dallas, outscoring the Stars 30-11.
- Mark Scheifele has 23 points (12G, 11A) in a 10-game point streak against Dallas...He also has scored five of his 18 goals this season in two games against the Stars.
- The Jets have had a player score a hat trick in three of their last five games against Dallas.

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Hellebuyck's 34 saves lead Jets past Blues

Petan, Wheeler, Connor & Laine supply the offence as Jets open road trip with 4-0 win

by Jamie Thomas @JamieThomasTV /

ST. LOUIS, MO - Slowly but surely, Connor Hellebuyck is etching his name in the Winnipeg Jets record books.

The goalie's 34-save effort led the Jets to a 4-0 win over the St. Louis Blues Friday at Scottrade Center. The win not only moved the Jets to a 36-16-9 record, but his sixth shutout of the season surpassed Ondrej Pavelec's five shutouts in 2014-15 to set a new franchise mark. It also leaves Hellebuyck two wins shy of Kari Lehtonen's franchise record of 34.

Video: POSTGAME | JetsTV Road Report

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GAME DAY: Jets begin back-to-back set tonight in St. Louis

7:00pm CT - TV: TSN3; Radio: TSN 1290

by Jamie Thomas @JamieThomasTV /

Video: PREGAME | JetsTV Road Report

ST. LOUIS, Missouri - If the Winnipeg Jets feel a bit different today, it's understandable. The team hasn't played a road game since Jan. 25, a 4-3 shootout loss in Anaheim right before the All-Star break.

For Mark Scheifele, it goes back even further. His last game away from Bell MTS Place came in New York on Dec. 23, 2017, so he was excited to talk about playing on the road.

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Hutchinson, Mason cleared for full practice as Jets begin road trip

Two-game trip begins Friday night in St. Louis

by Mitchell Clinton @MitchellClinton /

WINNIPEG - For the first time since Jan. 25, the Winnipeg Jets are heading out on the road, and they're bringing a few extra sets of pads along with them.

Both Michael Hutchinson and Steve Mason have been cleared to play, after they've missed six and 16 games due to concussions.

Hutchinson will back up Connor Hellebuyck tomorrow night when the two-game road trip begins in St. Louis against the Blues.

"The concussion protocol is pretty extensive. If you get cleared from that, you're pretty much good to go," said Hutchinson after today's 30-minute practice. "The last few days, getting out with the guys and facing some real shots has been good to get the timing back. You feel like you haven't missed any time at all."

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Jets activate Hutchinson from injured reserve

Eric Comrie has been reassigned to the Moose

by Winnipeg Jets Press Release @WpgJetsPR /

Winnipeg, MB - The Winnipeg Jets announced today that they have activated goaltender Michael Hutchinson from injured reserve and reassigned goaltender Eric Comrie to the Manitoba Moose.

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Jets recall Poolman from Manitoba Moose

Poolman, 24, has played in 14 games for the Moose this season

by Winnipeg Jets PR @WpgJetsPR / Press Release

The Winnipeg Jets announced today that they have recalled defenceman Tucker Poolman from the Manitoba Moose.

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Jets assign Poolman to Manitoba Moose

Poolman, 24, has played in 15 games for the Jets this season

by Winnipeg Jets PR @WpgJetsPR / Press Release

The Winnipeg Jets announced today that they have assigned defenceman Tucker Poolman to the Manitoba Moose.

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Jets end home stand with loss to the Kings

Winnipeg finishes franchise long 10-game home stand with 6-3-1 record

by Mitchell Clinton @MitchellClinton /

WINNIPEG - The longest home stand in Winnipeg Jets franchise history came to an end Tuesday night, it just wasn't the end the Jets were looking for.

Dustin Brown scored the eventual game winner, as the Los Angeles Kings beat the Jets 4-3 at Bell MTS Place, dropping the Jets record to 35-16-9.

Video: POSTGAME | Kings 4, Jets 3 - F

Blake Wheeler, Dustin Byfuglien, and Patrik Laine scored for the Jets, who dominated the opening 20 minutes, outshooting the Kings 16-5.

But that was when the script flipped, as the Kings would score twice on the power play in the second, and twice more at even strength in the third to improve to 33-22-5.

"They picked up their speed a little bit. Some untimely penalties, our penalty kill is leaking oil right now. So just wrong penalties at the wrong time," said Wheeler, who extended his point streak to six games with a goal and an assist.

"You can't expect to be up 3-0 every time at home in the first period. It's just not going to happen. In your building, you're up 1-0 on a team that played last night, that game should be where you like it."

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Tonight on JetsTV Live | Feb. 20

Coverage starts at 6 pm CT across all digital platforms

by JetsTV Staff @NHLJets /

The longest home stand in franchise history wraps up tonight, as the Los Angeles Kings come to town to finish off a 10-game run at Bell MTS Place for the Winnipeg Jets.

Join the JetsTV Live Pre-Game Show at 6 pm CT as Host and Insider Jamie Thomas looks into the 6-2-1 record the Jets have put together the nine previous games on the home stand, ahead of tonight's second match-up between the Jets and Kings this season.

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